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Get same date next year

Excel formula: Get same date next year
Generic formula 
=EDATE(date,12)
Summary 

To get the same date next year from a given date, you can use the EDATE function.

In the example shown, the formula in cell B5 is:

=EDATE(B5,12)
Explanation 

EDATE can get the "same date" in the future or past, based on the number of months supplied. When 12 is given for months, EDATE gets the same date next year.

Same date in previous year

To get the same date in a previous month, use -12:

=EDATE(date,-12) // prior year

Author 
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